Kotor Town

Characterized by winding streets and Romanesque architecture, Kotor is a uniquely positioned medieval town in the Bay of Kotor on the Montenegrin coast

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The Bay of Kotor
A stunning winding bay on the in the Adriatic sea. This bay which is part of Montenegro has been inhabited since Ancient times and you can tell. One for the naturalists.
Budva Town
A medieval walled town known for its sandy beaches and religious sites that dates back to the 9th century. The walls were built by the ruling Venetians and they protect the narrow cobbled streets within.
Winery Vukoje
This wine region and vineyards were the Imperial vineyards of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the late nineteenth century due to the suitability of the local soil in nurturing Zilavka (local white wine).
City of Cavtat
Until recently, a secret destination for wealthy Croatians (you can see large villas everywhere), Cavtat is now a gem for foreigners alike. This seaside town which perches between two bays with stunning cobbled streets
Sea Food
Expect to experiment with new seafood dishes such as crni rizot which is squid risotto. The squid ink dyes the rice black. However, if squid isn't up to your taste buds, oysters and shellfish are also delicacies
Vlaho Bukovac House
You can take a walk around the charming property of one of Croatia's most famous artists. Take your time admiring the many beautiful art pieces he created, including his 1887 nude Une fleur (A Flower).

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